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The Magic of Thinking Big

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The Magic of Thinking Big gives you useful methods not empty promises Dr Schwartz presents a carefully designed program for getting the most o. An inspiring book that will teach you to think beyond the mundane every day status uo The enemy we call average threatens to take away the hopes dreams and meaning in our lives Strive for excellence in everything you do If you want something you've never had you'll have to do something you've never done

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Ut of your job your marriage and family life and your community He proves that you don't need to be an intellectual or have innate talent to a. I came away from this self help book with a few usefulhelpful tidbits namely in the stay positive love what you do and work hard categories However as helpful as the book was in the 1960s for millions of people I don't think I represent its ideal audience Because in order to truly glean than just a few tidbits of advice from this book I imagine you would have to subscribe to the thinking that success and its cousin happiness are defined the way Dr Schwartz defines it having lots and lots of respect lots of control and therefore gaining lots of money I don'tThis narrow concept was further muddled for me by the fact that this book was written 50 years ago dragging along its dated jargon What on earth does blow my stack mean and stereotypical gender roles Although I appreciate Dr Schwartz' desire to keep the wives happy as well as they are apparently all at home doing dishes in every anecdote Schwartz uses I wonder what THEIR definiton of success is Perfect Ponies 3 in 1 don't need to be an intellectual or have innate talent to a. I came away from this self help book with a few usefulhelpful tidbits namely in the stay positive love what you The Pillars of the Earth (Kingsbridge, do and work hard categories However as helpful as the book was in the 1960s for millions of people I Sigil (Irdesi Empire don't think I represent its ideal audience Because in order to truly glean than just a few tidbits of advice from this book I imagine you would have to subscribe to the thinking that success and its cousin happiness are Death of a Ghost (Albert Campion Mystery, defined the way Dr Schwartz Why Arent They Shouting? defines it having lots and lots of respect lots of control and therefore gaining lots of money I Why I Went Back don'tThis narrow concept was further muddled for me by the fact that this book was written 50 years ago Horse Sense (Saddle Club, dragging along its Wild Horses (Saddle Club, dated jargon What on earth London in an Hour does blow my stack mean and stereotypical gender roles Although I appreciate Dr Schwartz' Undressing The Devil desire to keep the wives happy as well as they are apparently all at home Little Answer doing Undercover Secrets dishes in every anecdote Schwartz uses I wonder what THEIR Amethyst definiton of success is

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Ttain great success and satisfaction but you do need to learn and understand the habit of thinking and behaving in ways that will get you ther. On the one hand this book had some good advice about things like thinking positive treating people well and setting a good example On the other hand the author's misogynistic views on women is prevalent throughout the book and is really a sign of when this book was written the 1950s Women cannot be successful business people they are allowed to work menial jobs or be wives but nothing I'd like to think that since they are still publishing this book that they would update it every now and then to make it relevant to the times but if they have they haven't changed the way women are discussed at allAlso I really didn't expect the book to have a surprise twist at the end In the last chapter of the book the author is making the point that it is important for people to spend time alone for critical thinking It's not bad advice but he uses Hitler surprise Hitler gets brought up as an example of someone who used his time alone to come up with a brilliantly wicked plan Then on the next page the author says that people discover that decisions and observations made alone in managed solitude have an uncanny way of being 100% right Wait did he just imply Hitler was right


10 thoughts on “The Magic of Thinking Big

  1. says:

    An inspiring book that will teach you to think beyond the mundane every day status uo The enemy we call average threatens to take away the hopes dreams and meaning in our lives Strive for excellence in everything you do If you want something you've never had you'll have to do something you've never done


  2. says:

    I know several people who feel that this book has changed their lives I'm not certain I can make that claim for myself but this was the first time I'd heard of the three failure diseases Procrastonation Excuse itis and detail itis I think at some time or another I was guilty of all three Now I tend to catch mysef in the midst of them and think a ha Stop that


  3. says:

    This book changed the way I look at the world and will remain a powerful reminder of the great things that can be accomplished with the right attitude


  4. says:

    I have to admit I have read this book about 8 times I make it a goal to read this book every six months because of the powerful influences that come from Dr Schwartz I read this book initially in 1999 and was taken aback by how powerful the thinking process is As a result of applying the book I was able to get a better job attain certifications in my field Computers buy a house and feel much better about myself If you find yourself in need of a change look no further than this bookI recommend this book for family and friends While the book was written some 30 years ago the concepts are still relevant and the stories hold true todayPut this book at the top of your must read listBrady Bunte


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    A Review of The Magic of Thinking Big by David J SchwartzThink success don’t think failure The mantra of believe in yourself is the premise of this book The copy I have read was first published in 1960 This was one of the books I found in my grandfather’s bookcase and one which I kept after he died This is second time I have read this book with many years between the readings I know the book has been re published many times since and is available The reason I selected this book to write a review is that maybe a newer generation might find it an interesting book to read and they might not have heard about it before The book is really a tutorial of how to respond positively to events with mini stories describing how other people have handled both negative and positive events in their lives This gives the reader a clear understanding of how to approach similar situations with good advice Of course “you can’t move mountains” but believe in yourself and your abilities and you will climb a mountain of doubt Because if you do not believe in yourself you are likely will not succeedI have always believed that to succeed in anything you have to have confidence in yourself It sounds so simple doesn’t it? But it’s true The confidence you have within you the other people will believe in you Don’t suffer from fear is another mantra the author discusses which is I believe is a common feeling we all have when it comes to our ability to try new things We fear failure partly because of the unknown and what other people might think about us I have written about this subject because I feel we are all capable of achieving what we want Sometimes we just need to understand that fear is only temporary when we start to take action When we confront our fear head on the likely we will gain confidence in ourselves to tackle similar situations in the futureWhat I would say which I feel the author doesn’t express is that as humans we have the tendency to set our expectations to high and when things don’t pan out the way we expected them to we can get disillusioned and often depressed I am not saying you should not aim high or set your goals high but sometimes things are not always in our control So we have to learn to aim high but always remember that not everything is going to go our wayMy analogy of this would be the climbing of Mount Everest sometimes events and conditions are against you but for those who keep trying they often reach the summit of their goal What we all must accept is that failure is part of success Those that keep trying will find success as long as they are prepared to evaluate their performance after each attempt and improveIt’s natural and part of our makeup that as individuals we don’t like coming second but in a race sometimes there is only one winner We have to learn that success is subjective and teach ourselves that taking part is a success This will make us confident as individuals with the right attitude to be a better person in this world This book is worth keeping and re reading David J Schwartz says “Got a good idea? Then do something about it”


  6. says:

    I came away from this self help book with a few usefulhelpful tidbits namely in the stay positive love what you do and work hard categories However as helpful as the book was in the 1960s for millions of people I don't think I represent its ideal audience Because in order to truly glean than just a few tidbits of advice from this book I imagine you would have to subscribe to the thinking that success and its cousin happiness are defined the way Dr Schwartz defines it having lots and lots of respect lots of control and therefore gaining lots of money I don'tThis narrow concept was further muddled for me by the fact that this book was written 50 years ago dragging along its dated jargon What on earth does blow my stack mean?? and stereotypical gender roles Although I appreciate Dr Schwartz' desire to keep the wives happy as well as they are apparently all at home doing dishes in every anecdote Schwartz uses I wonder what THEIR definiton of success is?


  7. says:

    I'm a Yorkshireman — from the north of England — we subsist on a steady diet of tea and disappointment This book contains good advice but as a grumpy northerner I still found it annoyingYou can buy the book here


  8. says:

    On the one hand this book had some good advice about things like thinking positive treating people well and setting a good example On the other hand the author's misogynistic views on women is prevalent throughout the book and is really a sign of when this book was written the 1950s Women cannot be successful business people they are allowed to work menial jobs or be wives but nothing I'd like to think that since they are still publishing this book that they would update it every now and then to make it relevant to the times but if they have they haven't changed the way women are discussed at allAlso I really didn't expect the book to have a surprise twist at the end In the last chapter of the book the author is making the point that it is important for people to spend time alone for critical thinking It's not bad advice but he uses Hitler surprise Hitler gets brought up as an example of someone who used his time alone to come up with a brilliantly wicked plan Then on the next page the author says that people discover that decisions and observations made alone in managed solitude have an uncanny way of being 100% right Wait did he just imply Hitler was right???


  9. says:

    It's a really nice book well crafted for the persons of any age Sometimes you get stuck in your life and you reach a conclusion that there is no way out now That's where motivation comes to play you consider some phenomenal work that can inspire you and burn a light of hope deep inside your heartThese books are not extraordnary the ideas and opinion are the same what we use to talk everyday But the way authore ahs persented us that is soemthing insirational and tremendous It talks about almost everything


  10. says:

    I got the recommendation for this book from Anthony Robins in his famous book Awaken Your Giant Within and he uoted lots of sayings and mentioned them in his book Then I decided to read it as soon as I could Although it's shorter than Robins's book but really it's an amazing book full of essential concepts and secrets I recommend everybody to read it deeply and apply it's concepts


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